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Have a look at the resources : Resources for learning Japanese a number of online dictionaries are listed. If you look for example at Jisho, both your examples are listed. I have seen some people dislike Edict-based dictionaries so please keep an open mind and try other things. 爺{じい}ちゃん Grandfather (may be used after name as honorific).Familiar ...


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You have the general gist right, but the middle line is literally "I won't hand her over to anyone!" //watas-u// ⇊⇊⇊⇊⇊⇊⇊⇊⇊⇊ //watas-i wa s-uru// ⇊⇊⇊⇊⇊⇊⇊⇊⇊⇊ //watas-i wa s-en//  (≡ //watas-i wa s-enu// ≡ //watas-i wa s-inai//) The //-en// is the same thing you find in 「ません」, it's a more literary negative form. If the grammatical explanation ...


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The basic meaning is the same as 渡さない. There are two differences: The focus particle は adds emphasis to the negative. In order to add the particle, the verb is split into two parts, 渡し+しない, with the particle added in between. The Western negative form せん (from せぬ) is used instead of the Eastern form しない. No, it doesn't mean "cross over a road or ...



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